Jerri Manthey - Survivor: The Australian Outback, Survivor: All-Stars, Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains
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Seasons: 3 | Days: 89 | Wins: 0 | Jury: 2

Survivor: The Australian Outback (2001) - Ninth out, 8th place - second juror.

  • Voted out in Episode 9, "Honeymoon or Not?" (Day 27).

Survivor: All-Stars (2004) - Ninth out, 10th place.

  • Voted out in Episode 9, "Mad Scramble and Broken Hearts" (Day 24).

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains (2010) - 17th out, 4th place - ninth juror.

  • Voted out in Episode 14, "Anything Could Happen" (Day 38).
Jerri Manthey - Career statistics
Challenge stats Tribal council stats Jury stats
Season ChW ChA ChW% VFB VAP TCA TC% wTCR JVF TotJ JV% SurvSc SurvAv
S2: Australia 2.09 6.09 0.34 4 12 6 0.63 1.17 - - - 0.97 3.26
S8: All-Stars 0.74 2.64 0.28 5 7 6 0.80 2.12 - - - 1.08 2.86
S20: HvsV 3.00 11.56 0.26 9 4 12 0.75 2.63 - - - 1.01 5.63
Career 5.84 20.29 0.29 18 23 24 0.74 1.80 - - - 1.03 3.75
Jerri Manthey - Challenge record
Survivor: The Australian Outback - Click links to watch the challenges on YouTube
Butch Cassidy - Ep2 IC
Double Play - Ep9 RC

Tribal/team challenge record (5-for-11):

  • The Australian Outback Ep. 1 RC/IC: "Bridging the Gap" - thanks to a capsizing Kucha raft, Ogakor wins easily.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 2 RC: "Butch Cassidy" - First to jump, Ogakor wins again.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 2 IC: "Tucker'd Out" - Successfully eats mud whelk, but thanks to Tina, Ogakor loses.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 3 RC: "Water Torture" - Carries water, and Ogakor wins in the tie-breaker.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 3 IC: "Lock Step" - Runs well with Ogakor, but thanks to Maralyn's repeated trips, Ogakor loses.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 4 RC: "Master Mind" - Participates in the puzzle, Ogakor loses.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 4 IC: "True or Falls" - Answers a question, but Ogakor loses.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 5 RC: "Triage" - Last rescued, Ogakor loses its fourth straight.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 5 IC: "The Maze" - Somehow, Ogakor wins, handily (5-2).
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 6 RC: "Blind Leading the Blind" - Caller, as Ogakor loses, depriving Tina of Doritos.
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 9 RC: "Double Play" - Paired with Colby on the winning team.

 

Return to Sender - Ep8 RC
Don't Fence Me In - Ep8 IC

Individual challenge record (1-for-4): (Mean % Finish: 62%)

  • The Australian Outback Ep. 7 IC: "Perch" - Lasts an impressive 6 hrs, 47 minutes; eventually gives up (with Amber) for ice cream and chocolate (6th/10).
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 8 RC: "Return to Sender" - Jerri wins, narrowly beating Amber, then picks her to join in for the feast reward (1st/9).
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 8 IC: "Don't Fence Me In" - Drops six discs, good enough for fourth place (4th/9).
  • The Australian Outback Ep. 9 IC: "Hanging in the Balance" - Eliminated by Nick in the first round (bottom 4/8).

 

Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):

  • The Australian Outback: None.

 

Survivor: All-Stars - Click links to watch the challenges on YouTube
Quest for Fire - Ep1 RC/IC
Float Your Boat - Ep2 IC

Tribal/team challenge record (3.5*-for-13):

  • All-Stars Ep. 1 RC/IC: "Quest for Fire" - Saboga is dead last (3rd/3).
  • All-Stars Ep. 2 RC: "Stairway to the Stars" - Saboga wins, gives away reward to all (1st/3).
  • All-Stars Ep. 2 IC: "Float Your Boat" - Saboga is last again (3rd/3).
  • All-Stars Ep. 3 RC: "Better Homes and Island Living" - Tries to talk Rupert out of the saddest shelter ever, but Saboga loses, anyway (3rd/3).
  • All-Stars Ep. 4 RC: "Match Maker" - Saboga second! (2nd*/3).
  • All-Stars Ep. 4 IC: "Blind Leading the Blind" - Somehow, there is an actual Saboga win in an IC (1st/3).
  • All-Stars Ep. 5 RC: "Shipwrecked Raft Rescue" - Saboga is last again, gets dissolved - Jerri heads to Mogo Mogo (3rd/3).
  • All-Stars Ep. 5 IC: "Pilfering Pirates" - Now down to two tribes, Mogo Mogo loses.
  • All-Stars Ep. 6 RC: "Tribal Stomp-ede" - After Sue quits, Mogo Mogo wins the challenge.
  • All-Stars Ep. 7 RC/IC: "Blind Leading the Blind" - Mogo Mogo loses again.
  • All-Stars Ep. 8 RC: "Log Jam" - Loses her bout vs. Amber, and Mogo Mogo loses again, 5-3.
  • All-Stars Ep. 8 IC: "Choose Your Weapon" - Wins the first round (blowgun), but loses to Boston Rob after being picked for the final round (archery); Mogo Mogo loses.
  • All-Stars Ep. 9 IC: "Survivor History" - Now switched to Chapera, which promptly loses.
*Note: Second-place finishes in the three-tribe phase of All-Stars count as half a win.

 

Individual challenge record (0-for-0):

  • All-Stars: None.

 

Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):

  • All-Stars: None.

 

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains - Click links to watch the challenges on YouTube
Lock and Load, Light - Ep1 IC
A Crate Idea - Ep2 RC/IC

Tribal/team challenge record (7-for-15; 2 sit-outs):

  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 1 RC: "Battle Dig" - Paired with Randy vs. JT/Amanda, loses bout; Villains lose.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 1 IC: "Lock and Load, Light" - Watches Rob & Sandra work the puzzle; Villains win.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 2 RC/IC: "A Crate Idea" - Retrieves a crate with Coach, Villains win again.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 3 RC/IC: "Sumo'an Mud"- Loses her bout to Cirie, and Villains lose big.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 4 RC: "Slip, Slide & Score" - Beats Amanda in her bout; Villains win.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 4 IC: "Roll With It" - Works the blindfolded table maze; Villains win.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 5 RC: "Schmergen Brawl" - injured by Rupert, then scores the final point; Villains win.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 5 IC: "Blind Cube Crisis" - Caller; Villains win, thanks to Boston Rob on the puzzle.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 7 RC: "Basket Brawl" - Participates but takes no shots, Villains lose.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 7 IC: "Caught in the Web" - Sits out, and the Villains lose again.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 8 RC: "Faux Coconut Bowling" - Villains lose before she gets a chance to bowl.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 8 IC: "Mudslide" - Sits out, and the Villains lose again.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 9 RC: "Chimney Sweep" - Beats Colby; Villains win Outback Steakhouse reward.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 9 IC: "Strung Out" - Villains lose.
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 11 RC: "Pacific Shuffle" - Teamed with Parvati & Candice, not the winning team.

 

Rope-A-Dope - Ep6 IC
Pass the Bucket - Ep13 RC

Individual challenge record (2-for-9): (Mean % finish: 55%)

  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 6 IC: "Rope-A-Dope" - Not among the Villains' leaders (bottom 6/9).
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 10 IC: "Get A Grip" - Seventh out, at 90 minutes (4th/10).
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 11 IC: "House of Cards" - Jerri wins, beating Russell (1st/9).
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 12 F8 IC: "When It Rains" - Fourth out, drops out at 35 min for food (5th/9).
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 12 F7 IC: "Pegatory Knockout" - Eliminated in the first round, with Colby (tie-6th/7).
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 13 RC: "Pass the Bucket" (w/ loved ones) - Jerri wins! (1st/6).
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 13 IC: "Keep It Up" - Fourth person out (3rd/6).
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 14 F5 IC: "Offer It Up" - Second out (4th/5).
  • Heroes vs. Villains Ep. 14 F4 IC: "Blind Maze" - comes within seconds of winning, but loses (2nd/4).

 

Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):

  • Heroes vs. Villains: None.

 

Career challenge totals
  • Team/tribal challenges
    Wins: 15.5*
    Played: 39
    Win%: 0.40
    Sat out: 2
  • Individual challenges
    Wins: 3
    Played: 13
    Win%: 0.23
    Mean% Finish: 57%
  • Duels
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
Jerri Manthey - Tribal Council record
Survivor: The Australian Outback
Ep2 Tribal Council
Ep9 Tribal Council

Idols held/played: (0/0)

  • The Australian Outback: None.

 

VFB - Votes for the person booted (4/6):

  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 2: Kel Gleason (voted out, 7-1).
  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 3: Maralyn Hershey (voted out, 5-1-1).
  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 7: Jeff Varner (voted out, 5-5 [eliminated based on prior votes against]).
  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 8: Alicia Calaway (voted out, 5-4).

 

Votes against (12):

  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 2: One vote, from Kel.
  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 3: One vote, from Maralyn.
  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 8: Four votes, from Elisabeth, Rodger, Nick, and Alicia.
  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 9: Six votes, from Tina, Colby, Keith, Elisabeth, Rodger, and Nick (voted out, 6-2).

 

Jury votes made (1/1):

  • The Australian Outback, Ep. 14: Voted for Tina Wesson (who won, 4-3).

 

Survivor: All-Stars
Ep1 Tribal Council
Ep2 Tribal Council

Idols held/played: (0/0)

  • All-Stars: None.

 

VFB - Votes for the person booted (5/6):

 

Votes against (7):

  • All-Stars, Ep. 7: Two votes, from Ethan and Colby.
  • All-Stars, Ep. 8: One vote, from Colby.
  • All-Stars, Ep. 9: Four votes, from Amber, Shii Ann, Kathy and Lex (voted out, 4-1)

 

Jury votes made (0/0):

  • All-Stars: None.

 

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains
Ep3 Tribal Council
Ep3 Tribal Council

Idols held/played: (0/1; 5 votes voided)

  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 10: Handed an idol by Parvati after the vote, plays it, voiding all five Heroes votes against her, thereby saving herself, and sending J.T. to Ponderosa.

 

VFB - Votes for the person booted (9/12):

  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 3: Randy Bailey (voted out, 9-1).
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 7: Rob Mariano (voted out, 4-3-1).
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 9: Courtney Yates (voted out, 5-1).
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 10: J.T. Thomas (voted out, 5-[0]).
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 11: Amanda Kimmel (voted out, 6-3).
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 12 (F8 vote): Candice Woodcock (voted out, 5-3).
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 12 (F7 vote): Danielle DiLorenzo (voted out, 4-3).
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 13: Rupert Boneham (voted out, 4-[0]).
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 14: Colby Donaldson (voted out, 4-1).

RECORD: Jerri has voted out FIVE past or future winners (Tina, Richard, Ethan, Rob, & JT), which is an all-time record.

 

Votes against (4):

  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 9: One vote, from Courtney.
  • [Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 10: Five votes against from the Heroes, voided by Parvati's idol play.]
  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 14: Three votes, from Sandra, Parvati, and Russell (voted out, 3-1).

 

Jury votes made (0/1):

  • Heroes vs. Villains, Ep. 14: Voted for Parvati Shallow (who finished second, 6-3-0).

 

Career Tribal Council totals
  • Hidden idols
    Found: 0
    Played: 0
    Votes voided: --
  • Voting record
    VFB: 18
    Tribals: 24
    VAP: 23
  • Jury votes
    Made: 2
    For winners: 1
    Received: --
Jerri Manthey - Pictures
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Jerri Manthey - Interviews
Survivor: The Australian Outback

Pre-game interviews

  • None found?

 

Post-game interviews

 

Survivor: All-Stars

Pre-game interviews

  • None found?

 

Post-game interviews

  • Rome Neal at CBSNews.com (4/1/04): "Survivors Jilt Jerri"
  • Angel Cohn at TV Guide (4/6/04): "Survivor's Jerri Sounds Off"

 

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains

Pre-game interviews

  • Andy Dehnart at Reality Blurred (1/31/10): "Jerri Manthey: 'I want to kick some butt, but I don't want to be totally vulnerable'"

  • Dalton Ross at EW.com (2/4/10): "Jerri on the competition -- 'Honestly, I don't even know their names'"

 

Post-game interviews

  • Daniel Fienberg at HitFix.com (5/19/10): "Jerri Manthey Talks Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains"
  • Gordon Holmes at XfinityTV.com (5/19/10): "Castaway Interview: Jerri Manthey"
  • Kate Stanhope at TVGuide.com (5/20/10): "Jerri: I Felt Like I Was Playing for the First Time"

 

Jerri Manthey - Bios
Survivor: The Australian Outback

From her official CBS Survivor: The Australian Outback cast bio page:

 

"Jerri Manthey has been living in Los Angeles, California, for the last six years, pursuing her acting career while bartending to help pay the bills. She credits her acting coach, Manu Tupou, with whom she has been studying with for four years, for pushing her beyond her own limitations and encouraging her to write and direct, as well. Her biggest accomplishment was a play that she and her best friend wrote, directed and produced, titled Beautiful Chaos, for the Hudson Theater in Los Angeles. Additionally, she has had roles in various independent films, commercials, and feature films, including the telefilm That Championship Season.

 

As Manthey puts it, she grew up an 'army brat'; her father served 28 years in the United States Army, having retired in 1997. Due to the military way of life, she moved every three to four years of her childhood, spending a total of 12 years on various Army bases in Germany. Graduating from high school in 1988 in Neu Ulm, she then attended the University of Maryland in Munich, Germany.

 

Manthey describes herself as adventurous, fun loving, spontaneous, honest, and kind. Her favorite hobbies include photography, cooking, painting, writing, reading, and her all-time favorite, camping. She enjoys hiking and/or backpacking to very remote, unknown places in order to escape the craziness of Los Angeles. Her favorite event is Burning Man, a festival that takes place every year in the vast, barren Black Rock desert of Nevada. She has gone for the last two years and says she will go every year for as long as she lives or until the event no longer takes place. At Burning Man 2000, she and a group of friends from all over California organized a theme camp and stayed for 12 days. They built their own shelter and brought all the supplies necessary to survive in the harsh environment and extreme weather. Manthey named their temporary residence 'Camp Chaos' and adopted the slogan 'The Ultimate Order Lies in Chaos,' a motto she believes applies directly to her life.

 

A perfect day for Manthey always begins with a cup of coffee! Then, a hike in one of the various canyons of Los Angeles, playing with her dog Gidget and her cat Kiya, writing in her journal, surfing the net, e-mailing, watching a good movie, spending time with a close friend over dinner, and curling up with a good book. Her favorite movies are The Big Lebowski and Search for the Holy Grail. Her favorite TV shows are The Sopranos and Sex and the City. She enjoys all types of music-depending on her mood- ranging from Al Green and Barry White to Creed and Tonic. When she's ready to dance, she enjoys funky, soulful, house music.

 

Manthey was born in Bad Konstatt Hospital on the Army base in Stuttgart, Germany. She is proud to report that her mother and father--both from South Dakota--are still together and happily married. She has two brothers and one sister. Her birth date is September 5, 1970."

 

Survivor: All-Stars

From her official CBS All-Stars bio page:

 

"Since her eighth-place finish on Survivor: The Australian Outback, Jerri Manthey continued acting, something she was doing long before appearing on the show. She has established her own company, Velocity Productions, which develops and produces film and television projects, as well as private party events. For the last year, she has also been a part of a sketch comedy group called 'Blow Girl!,' a subsidiary of The Blow Show in Hollywood. She has also appeared in many television shows, including The Surreal Life, Joe Schmo and The Other Half. She also recently wrote, produced and starred in a film titled "A Mind of A Woman." In September, 2001, Jerri appeared on the cover of Playboy and was the highest-selling issue of the year. She also conducts speaking engagements and works for a number of charities, including Boarding for Breast Cancer, Camp Kindle (a camp for children afflicted with HIV/AIDS), Angels on the Fairway (for battered women and children) and Last Chance For Animals.

 

Jerri enjoys cooking and has worked as a private chef for various high-profile celebrities. She specializes in catering to vegetarians and those with restricted diets. She is currently working on her own cookbook of favorite recipes. She has also begun to take lessons performing the art of spinning fire, a modern interpretation of the ancient Maori tradition, Poi Spinning. She performs at the annual Burning Man, a festival that takes place every year in the vast, barren Black Rock desert of Nevada, as well as various other local events. She also enjoys camping, painting, filmmaking, writing, dancing, skiing, hiking, desert road trips, collecting quotes, entertaining friends and living life to the fullest and lives by her motto: 'When it's no longer fun, that's when I'm done!'

 

Born at Bad Constatt Hospital in Stuttgart, Germany while her father, Cyril, was serving part of 28 years in the United States Army, she, her mother, Judy, and her three siblings spent the majority of their childhood on various Army bases in Germany. Graduating from high school in 1988 in Neu Ulm, she then attended the University of Maryland in Munich, Germany.

 

Jerri is currently single. Her birth date is September 5, 1970."

 

Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains

From her official CBS Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains bio page:

 

"Personal Claim To Fame: “Turning my acting dreams into reality.”
Inspiration in Life: “My mom.”
Previous Finishes: Australia: 8th out, 2nd jury member; All-Stars: 7th out
Favorite Past Moment: “Fishing with Mitchell and Amber.”
Previous Survivor She Respects Most: Ethan Zohn (Africa, All-Stars)
Previous Survivor She Respects Least: Shii-Ann Huang (Thailand, All-Stars)
Why Did She Come Back? : “To prove to myself that Survivor couldn't beat ME.....after what happened in the All-Stars, I felt broken, and I had to prove to myself that I was still stronger than the game!!!"

 

 

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